Morning Links: Picasso Edition

Pablo Picasso and his wife Jacqueline in their hou

Picasso and his wife Jacqueline. (AFP/Getty Images)

The North Shore Historical Museum opens next weekend. [NYT]

In Oslo, several damaged buildings that have Picasso murals could be torn down. [The Art Newspaper]

And Picasso’s portrait of Marie-Therese Walter is expected to rake in around $56 million at Sotheby’s Impressionist and modern sale in London. [Bloomberg]

Kentucky hotel features tons of contemporary art. And they’re opening a branch in Bentonville, Ark. [The Denver Post]

Here’s a preview of the upcoming Sotheby’s Imp-Mod auction in London. [Bloomberg]

In case you missed it, the Los Angeles Times profiled Paul Schimmel this weekend. [LAT]

For its “Possessed” feature, The New York Times talks with the Cooper-Hewitt’s acting director, Caroline Baumann. [NYT]

The Times article also directs readers to Google’s Ngram Viewer, which charts the history of usage of the word “curate.” [Ngram]

Adrian Searle on Oskar Fischinger, “the animation wizard who angered Walt Disney and the Nazis.” [The Guardian]